U of Calif. Breached X-Ray Licensing Deal, Caldera Says

Law360, New York (October 22, 2012, 8:06 PM EDT) -- The University of California and Los Alamos National Security LLC failed to honor an X-ray licensing agreement with Caldera Pharmaceuticals Inc. that cost the company over $600 million in losses, according to a patent infringement suit removed to Illinois federal court Monday.

Caldera says it was the exclusive licensee of X-ray technology created by the University of California, but claims the deal was fraudulent because the university never owned some of the patent rights that it sold to Caldera and later violated the duo's exclusivity agreement...
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